Dr. G’s daughter, Siti, remains the sole caretaker for him within and outside of the prison walls since he was first arrested in 2017. 4 years down the road, Siti currently struggles to make ends meet with her job as a clerk in the remote town of Kuala Pilah, Seremban.
The bulk of Siti’s expenses and savings goes to the caretaking of Dr. G's expenses such as food and pocket money within the prison walls, and towards extensive travel costs to and fro court and prison located within Klang Valley and her home in Seremban. Also to note, Dr. G’s health has rapidly deteriorated since his arrest in 2017, which calls for medical expenses on top of the logistical and welfare fees that they are currently faced with. To paint a picture, ⅔ of Siti’s monthly income goes to the aforementioned expenses , leaving her barely enough to get by among rising costs while also battling extraneous pandemic and work related pressures.